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Do You Keep Falling For Their Potential?

The problem isn’t that we’ve all been there. The problem is that some of us are still there and have no idea how to break the cycle.

Is there more to falling for someone’s potential?
Is there a way to identify the type of potential that meets us halfway?
How do we measure true potential?
When do I call it quits?
Well I hope I answer these questions and more in the video above.

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The 21st Century Method of Finding A Partner Is Flawed

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What you want and what you get don’t always share the same boat. We’re a funny bunch. We’ll often rule something out before exploring the possibilities. Why is this silly? Because we’re beings of experience! Continue reading The 21st Century Method of Finding A Partner Is Flawed

Butterflies vs Moths

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Let me make one thing clear from the beginning: acting on intuition is not the same as acting on assumption.

Allow me to place this into context.

People often mistaken acting on intuition for acting on assumption. But who could blame them? We live in a world where facts are the new truth and what you believe is truth is well, what you believe, right?
Institutions such as school require people to prove their answers with documented facts. All legal battles that are heard via a type of judiciary system require documented facts. To get a job in many part of the world, proof of experience is required in the form of documented facts! But the truth is, not all facts are truth. Continue reading Butterflies vs Moths

Expectations Mirrored

It’s to my understanding that we currently live in a world where so long as you have no expectations, you have mentally signed a contract that protects you against disappointments. So in light of this, expectations are lowered, and in turn, or shall I say theoretically, we are less likely to be disappointed. The mistake men and women make during this process is that instead of lowering their expectations, they have high expectations for the opposite sex to disappoint. In contrast to common belief, most people that tend not to have expectations are those that cannot handle the pressures of being expected from. Continue reading Expectations Mirrored